Qatar’s World Cup back in the firing line.
On efforts to disentangle the incestuous and seemingly inseparable relationship between sports and politics.
Will Trump fight for the 2024 games, or will he concede 2024 for 2028 and appear magnanimous for the first time in his life?
Paris in ’24, LA in ’28, then go multi-city: The Olympic games needs a fix before it’s too late.
When sports loses its conflict-transcending character: Saudi and Iranian religious scholars agree that football poses a threat.
There’s still over four months to go until the August 5 opening, but the Olympic stopwatch is already ticking for Rio 2016.
Unlike FIFA, professional teams in the U.S. have no need to resort to criminality or corruption to enrich themselves.
Can we clean up corruption in major sports around the world?
How the bosses of English football are using an ages-old concept to globalize entertainment for the masses.
The excess of capital pouring into professional soccer will inevitably bring about its demise.